Virginia Gladys Miller Rogers, “Ginny”, 73 of Orlando, Florida, retired secretary for a Dentist Office, died Saturday, October 7, 2017, at Cornerstone Hospice in Orlando. She was born February 8, 1944 in Southampton, NY on Long Island to the late Richard and Elizabeth Miller.
She enjoyed bowling, ceramics and playing cards. She opened conversations with everyone and was a wonderful neighbor.
She is survived by her children, John and Cheryl Miller of Maitland, Ann Miller and Michael Stegmaire of N. Ft. Myers, Karen and Michael Turner of Kissimmee and Tracy and Jared Gibb of Shelter Island, NY; grandchildren, Jackie Normandin, Jon Miller, Natalie Miller, Dillon Miller, Megan Turner, Andrew Turner, Brianna Rietvelt, Alyssa Gibbs, Lauren Gibbs and Kaden Gibbs; Great Grandchildren, Lydian Miller and Evelyn Miller; Sisters and Brothers, Richard L. Miller, Jr., Rosie Stevens, Althea Phillips, David M. Miller, Fred Miller and JoAnn Caulton; Aunts and Uncles, Edna Morrison, Avis Walker, Thomas Downs, John Downs, and Regina Pawlowski; and her pets, Gracie, Missy, Jay and Pebbles.
There will be no formal services. The family requests any memorials or contributions be made to the American Lung Association.
I am sorry I didn't get a chance to say goodbye. I almost made it in time. I didn't get to see you very often in your adult life but I remember you most as the feisty, busy, young girl. My niece who was only 3 years younger than I was but I got to babysit her and her siblings. Rest in peace.
Love, Aunt Avis
Avis WalkerPleasant Hill, CA
Will miss you Aunt Ginny. I know you are watching over every one up in the clouds. Love you!
Kelly CaultonClermont, FL
Everyone knew when you were present because your personality was so bright it could fill a room. I'm going to miss your laughter and telling me what I was doing wrong in your own special sassy way. Only you could lecture me and still make me smile. Your leaving has left us all in the dark, but heaven has received a shining light. As you would say "It is what it is" I love you woman!
Always your favorite daughter in law,
Cheryl MillerCasselberry, FL
We can't believe Ginny is gone. She was too young to leave. She was a special Lady. She loved her children, grandchildren and her great granddaughters deeply. She was very caring and always ready to help others, or play a game. Words are inadequate. She will be greatly missed.
John & Nancy MillerOrlando, FL
I can't believe this is real.. God has just received the best angel. Grandma you were such an amazing woman with a huge heart sassy attitude. You would give the shirt off your back to help anyone. I miss you... You treated me like family and you were my family. I remember sitting in the livingroom with you while you played your card games on the computer and watched your shows. You always made me laugh and always had the best advice. I'll forever remember everything that you have done for me, I love you so much, thank you for being a grandma to me to💙
Melissa FetterKokomo, IN
I'm going to miss you grandma you were my life line and my whole life. I love you and miss you so much each day. 🌹❤️
Jackie normandinOrlando, FL
I love you & I will miss you dearly Ginny
Rest In Eternal Peace💚
Theresa GibbsSagaponack, NY
Ginny was always full of life and ready to help a friend or neighbor in need. My fondest memories are of the back yard parties in Riverhead, NY, where her generosity showed and her "party animal" came out. You will be missed by so many, please rest in peace Gin.
Harry CaultonClermont, FL
I share your grief with the loss of a great friend and I will always remember her with pleasant thoughts. She was a wonderful travel companion and we had many years of fun, happiness and sadness. Until we meet again, I will have all the great memories we shared to remember.
I am sorry for your loss.
Peggy VoelpelPalm Bay, FL